I have got the final electricity bill $1007.39 which is estimated usage for 18 days, I would like Email to my own meter read, what is the email address i should sent? Thanks
You can email your meter reading to email@example.com.
I contacted AGL 24/7 today to find out where I can lodge my gas meter read on my desktop through My Account. I have been able to do this in the past as there was an icon to select but not now. The assistant I spoke to forwarded my request to Tech dept. I received text message saying I could do through apt., which I can or by logging into My Account of website. This function not available when I log into My Account. Please advise as I prefer to do via website.
My account no. [removed] in name of Kevin have been trying to enter gas reading on desk top but no go so I am giving it to you in this message gas reading for this month is 565. I have done it before no problem now all of a sudden cannot find where it is
Welcome to AGL Community!
You can update your gas meter reading directly on your AGL My Account here or you can email a photo of your gas meter reading to CustomerReads@agl.com.au.
I am not set up on a monthly billing plan but I would still like to know the estimated gas bill cost. The app is also asking me to enter it.
I have tried submitting my gas meter reading on the App and then it came up with a problem.
I spoke to a tech support on the app, I sent him a photo of the gas meter as he said he could update it for me. I have not heard anything since.
Please advise me on how to submit my gas meter reading and get my estimated gas bill.
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You can submit the reading through the APP or by logging into My Account online. If you have tried this and are experiencing an error, I would recommend to contact us with a screenshot of the error so we can investigate. You can do this via AGL Messenger, which you can also access through the APP or My Account.
i want to know the cost of the pilot light for central heating.. mine is 1 cubic feet per 2 mins ie 30 cubic feet per hour... adds up to thousands pf cubic feet per year? more than a third of total yearly cost??
is this tight or my maths wrong?